SDCC is over, and the Marvel Phase 4 has been revealed but what is this more comments from the LBGTQ side of things? J wonders what the fascination is but also explains a few things of why the talk in town is sometimes just talk rather than a major issue.
The J-Man Show Episode 34 has landed, and this time J decides to talk in a random ramble forum discussing where he’s been for the last week, Filmmaking Goals, Marvel and Star Wars Drama (Inhumans and Episode 9) New Ideals, How creatives could handle criticism, and YouTube digging itself into a new whole with their iron grip on content and demonetization.
This episode is a bit shorter than usual and freeform as we’re starting the process again.
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After much delays, J is finally back to The J-Man Show, and this time discussing multiple topics and loose ends. He looks into the aftermath of Game 3 regarding the NBA FInals since there’s no Cyclone Report this week. Addressing the Question of the Week from Episode 26, and speaking about the DCEU’s latest success with Wonder Woman but also discussing an issue that has been plaguing society for quite some time after Gamergate in 2014.
We’ve extended this episode a little bit to discuss the last factor a bit more so pull in up a chair J360 Legion, The J-Man Show is back.
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J returns to the J-Man Show in order to discuss the importance of CGI in film. Why the firing of FBI Director Comey is more incriminating than tactful. He’ll even shed light on Incompetence Inc’s latest failings, and attempts to redeem a cult film that deals with a talking duck from outer space.
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Finally reaching Episode 10, J decides to focus on the filmmaking aspect to address the vague criteria of “Bad” and “Good” movies. He attempts to discuss Batman v Superman in terms of redemption, shed light on some guilty pleasure movies he enjoys, and advises you on why your own judgment is better than a review site.